This study includes the investigation of Ottoman court fabrics and its designs’ reflections in Turkish fashion. Ottoman court fabrics which reflect brilliancy and power of the Ottoman Empire had become a symbol in terms of technical and artistic richness. Court fabrics were experienced their most powerful period in the 16th century and had been played an important role in the light of the variety of weaving materials and designs in the world of textiles. Some of the important features of court fabrics are made up of raw silk and weaved gold and silver threads, and they have unique motifs within themselves. In recent years, Turkish fashion designers have been in search of design identity, and they have been trying to find a way to be able to express themselves. Designers have begun to use Ottoman court fabrics’ designs in their designs so as to create differences. In this study, the way in which Ottoman court fabrics are used by today’s designers will be examined in fashion fields.